Ohio State's rings are in, and they're as impressive as you might expect.
Urban Meyer tasked captains Johnnie Dixon and Terry McLaurin with the design, and they landed on a massive ring commemorating three things at once – Ohio State's Big Ten Championship, Rose Bowl win and 62-39 win over Michigan.
"We wanted to make this real big," McLaurin said, explaining the design of the ring to the players at the ceremony. "So it's going to have your name on the side, your number, and if you look inside the stadium, it's that whooping we put on that team up north – it's nothing they ain't had before."
The other side has the score of the 2019 Rose Bowl, which Ohio State won 28-23 over Washington.
On the inside, the ring has the team mantra "Long Live the Brotherhood," along with the phrase "Back to Back," to commemorate Ohio State's second-straight Big Ten Championship.
"There's a phrase around here that will never leave, as well, and that's called 'Long Live the Brotherhood,'" Meyer said. "You won that championship – back-to-back championships because of one reason: The Brotherhood."